Remington has voluntarily recalled the Remington Model 700 and Model Seven rifles with the XMP triggers, rifles manufactured from May 1, 2006, to April 9, 2014, are subject to this recall. There is a concern that under certain circumstances the rifles could unintentionally discharge. Remington is notifying the public about this recall for consumer safety. Remington investigated this problem and determined that some of the XMP triggers might have excess bonding agent used in the assembly process.
Nature is a wild and dangerous place. This video shows how two deer in the wild have an obstacle they have to overcome and find ways to survive.
Two bucks were fighting and became locked together. They frantically tried to free themselves from their life-threatening antler lock. Coyotes noticed the two bucks in distress and came to the scene and thought that they were going to get an easy meal. The Bucks were able to fend off those coyotes. This attack won’t be the only attack or obstacle that these two bucks will face while they are locked together.
Byron Haldiman’s parents videoed this intense encounter between the bucks and coyotes. He said that “9 days later the deer were seen on the farm again still locked together and drinking from the creek.” Byron attempted to free the deer from each other but could not get close enough to help. The way that the buck’s antlers got locked together was on the side allowing them to “travel almost as well as a single animal.”
Powderhook announces its accumulation of over 500 DigitalMentors in the Powderhook App ready and willing to answers questions ranging from new participants in the outdoors to lifelong sportsmen traveling to new areas. Pass It On – Outdoor Mentors has been leading the charge in pairing up youth and mentors around the nation and have played a key role in getting DigitalMentoring off the ground. “The biggest problem that Pass It On faces,” says Mike Christensen, CEO of Pass It On – Outdoor Mentors, “is that there are far more kids seeking mentorship that there are folks volunteering their time to mentor. We needed to find an innovative way to supplement our mentoringprogram that would allow more folks to participate without making major time commitments. That is where the DigitalMentoring idea came into play.”
The Powderhook app offers users the ability to become DigitalMentors, which takes about four minutes, and by doing so, they agree to receive alerts when people in their area need help. While the app is completely anonymous, to protect the identities of children and to prevent people from being intimidated when asking questions, posts and replies made by DigitalMentors carry a badge denoting the person helping is a member of the program.
Local, current information. That’s the stuff that can help you have a better day as a hunter, angler, or recreational shooter. It’s why we stop at the tackle shop when go fishing, and it’s why we scour local message boards for a tidbit that can help us. Local, current information is exactly what you’ll find in the Powderhook app.
Our newest release packs a punch. It’s the biggest update since our launch just a few months back.
Major upgrade to notifications. You can now add Locations you want to follow, and we’ll notify you any time there’s a post in that area. Use Locations to track the Chatter in your favorite fishing hole, or follow the migration in the place you’re hunting next weekend. Continue reading New Powderhook Update: Version 1.15→
If you’re at all familiar with our work here at Powderhook, you know we love hunting. But, we loved hunting long before there was a Powderhook, and will love it for decades to come. Most people have something they’re passionate about, but being passionate about hunting offers benefits far beyond what can be simply described. That’s why we believe one needs to hunt in order to understand hunting and hunters. For non-hunters, this simply means they can’t feel what we’ve felt, and it bums me out for them. Here’s what I think they’re missing.
1: Witnessing the Forest Coming to Life
I really cannot explain it any better than movie star Chris Pratt did in this interview. “You walk out in the woods and the sun hasn’t come up yet, and you sit in a spot and your preparation has told you that this is the right spot. And the sun comes up and you are camouflaged, nothing knows you’re there, nothing can smell you, the wind is in your face. You’re a voyeur to the world waking up and the wilderness waking up around you in a way that no one gets to see it, when they drive their car down the road, because they’ve disturbed it. You’ve snuck in. If a tree fell in the woods and didn’t make a sound you’d be there to witness it, because nobody is there, you are not even there. And then the sun comes up and the last stars in the sky go away and the whole world comes to life.”Continue reading 8 Things Non-Hunters Are Missing Out On→
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver, Josh Huff, was cut by his team following a traffic violation turned gun violation in New Jersey. Huff disclosed his weapon, registered in Texas, to the officer but was cited for unlawful possession. The Philadelphia Eagles released him days later.
An all time classic. Game 7 ended about 8 hours ago. In a stroke of genius, or terrible parenting, I woke up my kids (ages 3 and 5) to tell them – on the off chance they’ll remember the night back in 2016 the Cubs won the World Series. I’ve been a Cubs fan since I was a little boy watching Ryno Sandberg on WGN in South Dakota. They were always my second favorite team behind the Twins until my best buddy moved out to Chicago for college and we caught our first game at Wrigley.